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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The question of inductive interference with wireless sets is causing considerable concern here. After the Bathurst council pointed out its inability to take any action, the Bathurst ...

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  3. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of Mrs. H. E. Kater, widow of the late Mr. H. E. Kater, M.L.C., pastoralist, who was prominent in the commercial community of Sydney. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. MODIFIED' PACT.

    The Minister for Customs (Mr. White)said to-day, that as a result of a special request from the New Zealand Government, the Federal Government had agreed to a minor ...

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  5. RESEARCH TRAWLER

    The fisheries research vessel which is to be obtained by the Federal Government will be constructed in Australia. The Minister-in-Charge of Development ...

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  6. SOUTH AFRICANS.

    The South African cricketers began a match against Derbyshire yesterday, and scored 443 runs before the last wicket fell. The match was continued to-day. ...

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  7. NEWCASTLE SEAT.

    Mr. J. T. Lang, received an ovation from about 300 people when he arrived at the Stockton Surf Club Hall to-night to speak in support of the State Labour candidate for ...

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  8. RAIL MOTOR

    It is proposed to introduce a rail motor service between Murwillumbah and Casino in a few weeks time. This will be done by extending the running ...

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  9. LOAN COUNCIL.

    In an official statement to-night, the chairman of the Loan Council (Mr. Casey) said it had been decided that the revenue deficits for 1935-36 should ...

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  10. FURNITURE LORRY CAPSIZES.

    A lorry containing W. T. Prestons furniture for Tilba capsized at Narira, four miles out, on Tuesday. Another truck was obtained, and the journey was continued. ...

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  11. RECTOR TO JOIN INDIAN ARMY.

    The Rev. A. E. Elliott, Church of England rector, has resigned, and will leave for Bombay at the end of June to take up a position with the Indian Army. ...

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  12. AWARDED £100.

    The third trial of the action brought by Randolph Bedford, M.L.A. of Brisbane, claiming £20,000 damages against the Telegraph Newspaper Co, Ltd., for alleged defamation. ...

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  13. TETANUS VICTIMS.

    The death has occurred in Dubbo Hospital of Donald Charles Cook, 13, who recently contracted tetanus at Tottenham. He was spinning a top when the cord slipped and the ...

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  14. SPINSTER'S WILL.

    A settlement was reached to-day in the case in which two wills made by the late Miss Cecilia Wylie, Brighton Beach, were disputed. Miss Wylie, who died on November 28, 1934, ...

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  15. BIG SALES FOR RABBIT SKINS.

    Rabbit skins are now being sent from Glen Innes on three days each week, and for the last three weeks the total has averaged about 5½ tons. The average price paid locally is 2/4 ...

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  16. BACH RECITAL.

    It is a rare pleasure to hear Bach's music played as Miss Elsie Stanley Hall played it last night at St. James's Hall. The whole programme was garnered from Bach's riches, ...

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  17. NYMBOIDA ELECTRICITY CHARGES.

    The chief engineer and manager of the Nymboida hydro-electric scheme (Mr. Wilton), in a special report on domestic power charges and the possibility of making a reduction, ...

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  18. FEDERAL LABOUR.

    "Newcastle's welfare is wrapped up in a Labour Government and a vote for my opponent (Mr. Smith) fortifies Mr. Lang and delays the possibility of a Labour Government ...

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  19. MR. ROBERT BARBOUR.

    The remains of Mr. Robert Barbour, who died at Lithgow, where he was a resident for many years, were cremated at Rookwood. The funeral left Lithgow by motor in the morning, ...

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  20. WORKING WEEK.

    The president of the Australasian Council of Trades Unions (Mr. A. E. Monk) and the secretary (Mr. C. Crofts) interviewed the Minister for External Affaiis (Sir George ...

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  21. RUSSIA TO-DAY.

    Mr. Frank Albert, in an address to members of North Sydney Rotary at Crow's Nest Hotel yesterday, said that satisfactory information concerning Russia could not be got ...

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  22. MAN'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    Thomas Reidy, 39, labourer, a married man with a large family, who was discharged from the base hospital yesterday after being an inmate for eight weeks with a fractured leg, ...

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  23. MODERN EDUCATION.

    Professor G. S. Browne, of Melbourne University, at a conference of masters at Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga, last night, said Australians did not seem to use their ...

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  24. OLD TREES REMOVED.

    Two large Moreton Bay fig trees, which have been landmarks outside Tweed Heads Postoffice for 25 years, have been removed, as they were damaging the building and pavements. ...

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  25. GOLF IN BRITAIN.

    To-day's triumph of Miss Pam Barton and Miss Mervyn Barton in the British women's golf championship, will long be remembered. Miss Pam Barton excelled herself. She ...

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  26. OVERCROWDED SCHOOL.

    The Parents' and' Citizens' Association is concerned at the lack of accommodation at the Public school and the neglect of the department in not replying to a letter forwarded in ...

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  27. LATE MR. H. W.VARNA.

    The death has, occuned of Mr. H. W. Varna, an actor, who, in earlier years, had a career which brought him into association with many famous stage personalities. ...

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  28. MRS. SARAH GEDDES.

    Mrs. Sarah Geddes, who died at Chatswood at the age of 79 years, was a daughter of the late Thomas McGee, one of the earliest pioncers of the far north-west and was the ...

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  29. UNIVERSITY RIFLEMEN.

    Melbourne defeated Sydney to-day in the inter-University rifle match for the Venour Nathan shield, at Port Adelaide ranges, by only eight points out of a total of more than ...

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  30. PIONEERS' DEATHS.

    The death occurred at South Grafton of Mr. George James Chard, 92, one of the earliest residents of the Ulmarra district. He was a native of Hobart, but had lived in New ...

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  31. GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.

    Alfred Charles Wright, 20, was to-day found guilty of the manslaughter of Timothy Patrick O'sullivan at West Melbourne on March 28. He was remanded for sentence. ...

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  32. THE CALL-UP.

    A call-up for employment is announced to-day. Details appear on page 18, column 6. ...

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  33. FARMER ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.

    While L. Robertson, a farmer was carrying a pearifle across his shoulder, the string holding the rifle in position, broke, and the rifle, in falling, discharged. The bullet ...

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  34. INDEX.

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  35. DOGS DISTURBING COMMUNITY.

    Inspector Dickinson reported to the Lithgow Council that he had received complaints that barking dogs were disturbing the peace of the community, "and affecting the health of ...

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  36. CAPTAIN ADDERTON.

    Captain Abraham Adderton who died at a private hospital at Chatswood on Wednesday was born at Lowestoft (England) 78 years ago. At the age of 17 years he arrived in ...

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  37. CASUALTIES.

    Eric Russell Hurst, 17, of George's-road, South Hurstville, was fatally injured when, while riding a bicycle in Lansdowne-street, he collided with a motor lorry. St. George ...

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  38. DRIED FRUITS.

    Messrs. Dawson, Waldron, Edwards, and Nicholls, Sydney agents for Messrs. Edmunds, Jessop, Ward, and Ohstrom of Adelaide, yesterday issued out of the High Court a writ ...

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  39. PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS.

    In reply to a question in the House of Commons to-day, the Minister for Transport (Mr. L. Hore-Belisha) said that, while recognising that other factors were involved, the ...

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  40. KING'S JUBILEE MEDAL.

    Mr J. A. Walsh, a member of the Federal Labour executive, last night delivered a bitter attack on Mr. Garden, M.P., for what he described as his "cheap references" to the King's ...

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  41. CAPTAIN TAYLOR

    Captain P. G. Taylor, who left Mascot aerodrome for Melbourne with two passengers in his new Percival Gull monoplane at 9.30 a.m. yesterday, landed at Bong Bong, about 60 ...

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  42. GIRL BITTEN BY INSECT.

    Marjorie Mawson, of Berrima, was Bitten on a[?]hand by an insect while she was gardening, and the wound became septie. She was admitted to Berrima District Hospital. ...

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  43. MENUHIN'S CONDUCTOR.

    Although Yehudi Menuhin played with his, customary genius in the Town Hall to-night. the attention of the audience was distracted by a boy aged about 5 who was in the organ ...

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  44. DOLE RECIPLENTS REFUSE WORK.

    Following a decision to enforce more rigidly the provisions governing the distribution of food relief, a number of men were notified by the police not to apply again for ...

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  45. AMPHIBIAN CAR

    Jakob Bauhg, a German sportsman, motored from Calais to Dover in 6½ hours in a nine-horse power amphibian car, the rear wheels of which are equipped with paddles. ...

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  46. MR. R. B. BUCHANAN.

    Mr. Robert Bruce Buchanan died at his residence, McLeod-street, Mosman on Tuesday. For about 35 yeais he carried on Buchanan's Silk Store. Born in Castlemaine ...

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  47. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  48. AMBULANCE EXTENSIONS.

    Mr. James Dolan (formerly of Newcastle), who has taken up duty at Dubbo as ambulance superintendent, suggested at a special meeting of the committee a policy of ...

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  49. MORTGAGE CORPORATION.

    Sir William Hunt, managing director of Wright, Stephenson, Limited, Mr. A. D. Park, secretary to the Treasury, and Mr. T. N. Smallbone, manager of the Auckland Savings ...

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  50. ASCENSION DAY.

    Ascension Day was observed yesterday in many churches in the city and suburbs. The Rev. A. R. Ebbs, rector of St. Matthew's, Manly, at St. Andrew's Cathedral last ...

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  51. APOLLO CLUB.

    The Royal Sydney Apollo Club, in giving its 250th concert last night, achieved a record among musical societies in Australia. Sir Hugh Denison, president of the club, in a ...

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  52. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The price of gold to-day was £7/2/ an ounce fine, compared with £7/1/9 yesterday. FOREIGN EXCHANGES. ...

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  53. MR. R. T. BLACK.

    Mr. Robert Thomas Black, who was wellknown to Sydney swimmers, died in a private hospital at Summer Hill on Wednesday, aged 75 years. ...

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  54. NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING.

    The Minister for Education (Mr. [?] mond) officially opened the new High School building here yesterday afternoon. The building is a double-story brick structure, with a ...

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  55. N.Z. BAN ON AUSTRALIAN CITRUS.

    South Island fruit merchants are sending a deputation to Wellington to interview the Minister for Industries and Commerce (Mr. Masters), and to protest against the ...

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  56. TO-DAY.

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  57. STEAMER WRECKED.

    The French steamer Ville de Paris (5020 tons) has been wrecked north of Fort Dauphin, Madagascar. All of the passengers and crew have been ...

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  58. MOTOR CAR FALLS DOWN CLIFFS.

    A motor car, the property of Mrs. Florence Todhunter, which was being driven by her daughter Irene, dropped 30 feet down the cliffs at Bronte last night. Miss Todhunter ...

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  59. MRS. JANE PARK.

    Mrs. Jane Park, who died at 25 Victoria-street, Burwood, on Tuesday, was the wife of ex-Superintendent of Police, William Park. The funeral tool: place on Thursday, in the ...

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  60. THE UNIONS.

    The Labour Council last night unanimously carried a resolution protesting against the operation of the Returned Soldiers' Preference Act. ...

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  61. COWS POISONED.

    Following the sudden death of two of his cows about a month ago, Mr. A. J. Green. of Gleniffer (Bellinger River), recently found that five more cows had died, all near a ...

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  62. TRAWLER MISSING.

    A message from St. John's (Newfoundland) says that the French trawler, Marechal de Luxemburg, with a crew of 40, is feared to have been lost off the Newfoundland coast. The ...

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  63. UNIONS AND HOSPITALS.

    Union secretaries at the Trades Hall yesterday displayed much interest in a signed circular letter sent to them by Mr. Beasley, M.P., who asked the leaders of the unions to ...

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  64. A COUNCIL LOAN.

    The Ryde Council has accepted an offer by the Commonwealth Savings Bank for an extension of a loan of £60,000 for five years. The Minister for Local Government will be ...

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  65. RABBI GOLDSTEIN.

    The death has occurred of Rabbi S. A. Goldstein, aged 82, formerly minister to the Auckland Hebrew congregation for 54 years. He retired last' year. He was previously ...

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  66. MOSMAN EX-SOLDIERS.

    About 400 returned men and their wives and a number of representative citizens, were the guests of the Mayor of Mosman (Alderman Wallace) and Mrs. Wallace at the ...

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  67. RADIO-TELEPHONE TO N.Z.

    The Government is ordering equipment to make speech on the radio-telephone between Australia and New Zealand unintelligible to the unauthorised listener, but clear at each ...

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  68. THE POPE'S BIRTHDAY.

    Pope Plus XI. will celebrate to-day his 78th birthday. He was ordained priest in 1870, consecrated Archbishop of Lepanto in 1910, created Cardinal in 1921, and elected Pope in ...

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  69. SUBURBAN PICTURE THEATRES.

    Programmen of Suburban Picture Theatres will be found in the Amusement Advertisement Columns. ...

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